Yves Béhar's seven-hour vibrator


Yves Béhar (who is in an epic struggle with Marc Newson to claim the title of "sexiest industrial designer alive") designed this vibrator. It looks like a Miyazaki cartoon creature.

The Form 2 takes a two-pronged approach to the vibrator, giving its user what they're calling "Sensation in Stereo." The "ears" can be positioned independently like a Gumby action figure for maximum, um, range, and the entire thing is made from phthalate-free platinum silicone to be completely waterproof. There's even a cute iPod-esque docking station for charging and it can operate UP TO SEVEN HOURS on a single charge.

A New Vibrator by Yves Behar Arouses Our Interest


  1. Maybe they could work on an actual vibrating Gumby next.

    (But not a vibrating pony pal Pokey. That would be sick!)

  2. My first thought was: nice design! Very clean and compact, with attention to detail and what looks like a clean UI.

    My second thought was: fingers! Of course! He’s designed the little arms based on the human finger. This makes complete sense since fingers are probably the most-user tool for stimulating human genitalia. This is one of those ideas that look obvious in hindsight.

    1. Exactly! He stole the move I invented. It’s called the shocker. One in the pink, one in the stink. Good thing he didn’t use my trademark name.

  3. Pthalates are substances used as softeners in PVC which are believed to leach from them over time and may have adverse health effects. They’re responsible for the decline in popularity of toys made from (relatively) inexpensive PVC.

    Silicone is expensive and more difficult to manufacture, but it’s also more sanitary, and doesn’t have nasty adulterants in it.

    1. I know what phthalates are, you silly #5 person. Endocrine disruptors make me hot. I mean, look at C6H4(CO)2O+2 C8H17OH → C6H4(CO2C8H17)2+H2O and tell me you’re not horny.

  4. Hmm, well on further thought I guess that depends on if you mean with a partner…

    Cause the use of any other body part other than a hand would be most impressive if I was by myself.

  5. At $135, that thing would have to be exceptional to save me from the beating I’d get for spending that much on a sex toy for her!

  6. It’s beautiful and lovely to behold…I’d buy one for my wife in a second. BUT…all the swank design in the world doesn’t make up for a lack of oomph! If it doesn’t have a decent amount of power behind those fingers, no self respecting woman is going to give it a second chance. First impressions are important :)

  7. What’s interesting about this vibrator that I don’t believe many people noticed unless you study snakes (herpetology) is that this vibrator is shaped with two hemipenes (snake penis) and snakes have two guns.
    I find it funny that this vibrator would take us back to biblical times. That snake might have been up to a lot more than you think in that garden with Eve, especially since Adam appeared to be off somewhere else at the time of Eve’s encounter with the snake in the tree. http://news.softpedia.com/news/Those-luchy-bastards-41906.shtml Take a look a photo #3. Do you see any resemblance?

  8. to Jenelle/anonymous: I think it was just suppose to look like a bunny. I think you may be over thinking this. I think they were just suppose to go for a simplistic design, not a snake penis. But anywhos, I thought the vibrator was cool but no way in hell am I going to spend that kind of money on that. They always break anyways.

  9. @LtDirtyFreq actually I don’t believe I’m over thinking anything. I think you may be over thinking this. I stand by what I said. What I stated was my observation, nothing more.

  10. A friend of mine once jokingly requested I make her one.
    I, equally jokingly, did. It ran off of wall current and would probably be quite unsafe for actual use. But she was telling people that story for years.

    And yeah, that is awesomly totoro-esque.

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